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  • REVIEW: 'Red, White & Blaine' at iO Theater

     REVIEW: 'Red, White & Blaine' at iO Theater
    Beloved as it is, "Waiting for Guffman" didn't even crack $3 million at the box office when it came out in 1997. The comedy is probably best watched on the small screen anyway, where you can rewind the funniest moments into oblivion. Among Christopher Guest's mockumentaries, his wholesome-snarky parody of self-serious, small town community theater is one of my favorites.
  • Marcia Strassman: 12 Things You Didn't Know About Her Career

    Marcia Strassman made her mark as the 1970s version of Alice Kramden, playing the (mostly) understanding wife of Gabe Kaplan on ABC's "Welcome Back, Kotter." But Strassman, who died Friday at 66, was in showbiz for more than 10 years before she wound...

    Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara reunite for comedy series on Pop

    Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara reunite for comedy series on Pop
    Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara are reuniting on screen once again in "Schitt's Creek," the first scripted comedy on the rebranded pop culture channel, Pop (formerly TVGN, formerly TV Guide Network). The series, which will be part of the channel's...

    Chris O'Dowd Sets U.S. Rendition of Comedy 'Moone Boy' at ABC

    ABC has given a put pilot commitment to Sony Pictures TV and Chris O'Dowd for a U.S. rendition of his autobiographical sitcom "Moone Boy." The single-cam comedy follows 12-year-old Martin Moone in a coming-of-age story as his sarcastic, imaginary...

    Christopher Guest Remembers 'This is Spinal Tap' 30 Years Later

    When it came out in 1984, "This Is Spinal Tap" convinced many people they were watching a genuine documentary about a clueless heavy metal band. "We showed it in Dallas," recalls Christopher Guest, who played fictional axe man Nigel Tufnel. "There were...